The Critical Power Team at Nationwide Power Solutions, Inc.™ Achieves 500,000 Hours Worked With Zero Safety Incidents.
With safety and quality at the core of NP's business model, achieving 500,000 hours worked with zero safety incidents is no surprise.
CHICAGO, August 9, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Over the past two decades, Nationwide Power has grown to have one of the largest footprints among independent providers in the critical power industry, specializing in uninterruptible power supply. Safety and quality are at the core of their business model, so achieving their most recent milestone of 500,000 hours worked with zero safety incidents comes as little surprise.
Nationwide Power employs online, classroom and on-the-job training during initial on-boarding and as part of their Critical Power Continuing Education requirements for all Field Engineers. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, IEEE standards in electrical safety, NFPA 70E Arc Flash, Lockout/Tag-out, and PPE training.
Nationwide Power has received the SHARP award after successful participation in the Safety & Health Achievement Program, an OSHA Cooperative.
"Our Field Engineer team is exposed to potentially dangerous situations daily, and they are committed to promoting a safe work environment for themselves and for our clients. Our field team regularly achieves long stretches with zero safety incidents, and we are pleased with our most recent achievement of 500,000 hours worked with zero incidents."
According to Dan Sears, Vice President of Field Operations, “Our Field Engineer team is exposed to potentially dangerous situations daily, and they are committed to promoting a safe work environment for themselves and for our clients. Our field team regularly achieves long stretches with zero safety incidents, and we are pleased with our most recent achievement of 500,000 hours worked with zero incidents.”
As part of their commitment to training, service and quality, Nationwide Power is working to create a standard of excellence throughout the critical power industry as they launch the Critical Power Professional™ (CPP™) designation and credentialing program. CPP is designed to provide a structured, organized and disciplined career path for those individuals pursuing a career as a Field Service Engineer in the critical power industry.
Nationwide Power’s core business is the sales and service of uninterruptible power supplies and UPS batteries, along with supporting other critical power system components such as emergency generators, switch gear and HVAC. To learn more, visit www.NationwidePower.com.
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